A work in progress, spanish translation and a pig behind the wheel of a car? Don’t believe me. Hop aboard and see/ read for yourself! Congrats Teagan, and thanks for letting me re-blog.
Saturday, July 28, 2018
Welcome, to my sanctuary. Come on inside and relax for a while.
Writers are always talking about their WIP — or work in progress. At my “real job” I frequently have to ask executives and tech guys to “spell out” acronyms. I’m drowning in alphabet soup!
So, I just now laughed when I thought to myself that my WIP keeps getting pushed aside by my LIP, or my life in progress!
Maybe I’m the only one who sees the humor in that… but since they seem to think I’m “giving them lip” (mouthing off) when I ask for clarity or correction… Yeah, okay… I kill me. (Insert eye roll.)
The editing and proofing of Atonement in Bloom continues to limp along.
However, back to the first book, Atonement, Tennessee, I will soon be offering it in Spanish! That’s thanks to the talented Olga Núñez Miret
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In Case you haven’t read it yet. Here’s Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu 11.2! Thanks Teagan for letting me reblog.
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Who’s your papa? Art by Rob Goldstein
Welcome everyone. The diesel-punk train has arrived at Jazz Age Wednesdays. It’s great to see all you Sheiks and Shebas! Artist, Rob Goldstein created the pos-i-lutely swell images for this episode. If you need a comprehensive review of this serial, Rob has a post with links to many of the past chapters.
Previously with Hullaba Lulu
When we left Lulu and the crew, Valentino’s train had crashed into a sand dune in Egypt. Pearl apologized for suggesting Lulu and her family weren’t good enough, but Lulu could tell she didn’t really mean it.
Then they saw an automobile speeding across the sands toward the train. The angel-bots acted very excited when they spotted it.
“It’s Papá!” Moon cried.
This episode is low key compared to others. However, we can see that Pearl…
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The dynamic duo and the rich history of Hullaba Lulu at Jazz Age Wednesdays…
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Headed your way — Hullaba Lulu!
An All New Roaring Twenties Story
Premiers tomorrow, only at Teagan’s Books — Jazz Age Wednesdays.
This new collaboration features images by Rob Goldstein*.
It’s an all new 1920s fantasy story. All new characters. All spontaneously written pantser fun!
Lulu, by Rob Goldstein
Tune in tomorrow here at Jazz Age Wednesdays for Chapter 1. Three things will drive each episode. Chapter 1 is Rose, Pearl, and Trumpet.
Now where do you think those “things” will take the beginning of my new story? This video will give you some clues. See you soon!
Don’t Bring Lulu
Of course, I have to show you the links to my books about Pip and her friends.
This is a…
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